|Thomas Fletcher of Woodhall, son of Robert Fletcher
Elizabeth Goodall to have a small house
and croft, then occupied by William Wood.
Jane Fletcher to have James's house and land in 'Pudsaid' for her
After Jane's death, this house and land to pass to Thomas Fletcher.
In view of this, Thomas to make the following payments:
In the year following the death of Jane Fletcher, £3.6.8 to
in the second year, 20s. each to Lionel, William, and George Fletcher,
children of Robert Fletcher;
in the third year, 20s. each to William, Jonas, Isaac, Maria, and
Suzana Fletcher, childen of Henry Fletcher;
in the fourth year, 20s. each to Robert, George, and Jane Fletcher,
children of Wilfraid Fletcher, on condition that he settle the
joint bond to John Fearnley of Bradford;
in the fifth year, £3.6.8 to Elizabeth Swane, daughter of
in perpetuity 10s. a year to the relief of the poor in Pudsaid,
to be distributed at the discretion of the Churchwardens and the
Overseers of the Poor.
Jane Fletcher and Thomas Fletcher to be executors, to dischage
debts and pay funeral expenses.
The original Will is in the Borthwick Institite of Historical Research,
York; see also Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Record Series,
vol. 24 (1898)